Pamela Allen is an Associate Professor, Associate Dean (Learning & Teaching), and Associate Dean (Internationalisation) in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Tasmania and specializes in Indonesian language and social studies. Pam has taught, researched and published extensively in Indonesian language, Indonesian literature and Indonesian popular culture, as well as in the field of Asian Studies.
Katrina Clifford is a lecturer and coordinator of industry placements and internships in the Journalism, Media and Communications program at the University of Tasmania. Dr Clifford worked as a journalist and magazine editor for over ten years, and later as a freelance communications consultant and corporate writer.
Libby Lester is Professor of Journalism, Media and Communications at the University of Tasmania. She worked as a journalist for 15 years for Australian newspapers and magazines prior to joining the university in 2002, including for the Sunday Age and Melbourne Herald.
Susan Forde is Associate Professor of Journalism, School of Humanities at Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia. She is Program Leader of the Media & Journalism research hub in the Griffith Centre for Cultural Research, and is the author of Challenging the News: The Journalism of Alternative and Community Media (Palgrave Macmillan, UK, 2011) and co-author (with Foxwell and Meadows) of Developing Dialogues: Indigenous and Ethnic Community Broadcasting in Australia (Intellect, UK, 2009).
Kerrie Foxwell-Norton is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Humanities at Griffith University. She is the co-author of the 2009 book, Developing Dialogues: Indigenous and ethnic community media broadcasting in Australia (London, Intellect), and her research expertise extends into environmental communication
Kasun Ubaysiri is a Journalism Lecturer in the School of Humanities at Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia. He specialises in media, insurgency and political violence. He is a former journalist from Sri Lanka who covered the armed conflict between the Sri Lankan Government and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam for a number of years, which has informed his current research interests in ethno-nationalist media and media coverage of conflict.
Hans Henrik Holm is a professor at the Danish School of Media and Journalism (DMJX). He has a long career as an International Relations Scholar and has published widely on various international and global aspects including the production of news and its political ramifications.
Asbjørn Slot Jørgensen is academic coordinator of the Europe in the World programme. He teaches large parts of the EitW period in Aarhus, is involved in guest lecturing at HU in Utrecht, and coordinates and supervises the EitW exam project and examinations. Asbjørn has his professional background from a career as a staff reporter with leading national newspapers, mainly in the areas of business, technology, and media.
Henrik W Jørgensen is the Dean of the Faculty of Journalism and Media at the Danish School of Media and Journalism (DMJX), and in that role is in charge of the school's international activities. He has 25 years of management, consulting, teaching, editorial and journalistic experience gained in Denmark and abroad.
Inger Munk heads the International Department of the Danish School of Media and Journalism, and has experience of many years working with projects and organisations within European education. She has been the European coordinator for mobility projects supported by the EU-US, the EU-Canada, the EU-Australia and the EU-NZ programmes.
Marcel Beyer is a Senior Lecturer of Environmental Journalism and Urban Reporting in the Dutch-language programmes as well as the international programmes in Utrecht including Europe in the World and European Culture and European Journalism.
Brian Maston is head of the International Department at the School of Journalism and a Senior Lecturer in the Europe in the World Programme in the interdisciplinary honours course Culture & Identity, which combines close analysis of European Cinema and cultural theory.
Carien Touwen is the programme manager of Honours for the Faculty of Communications and Media. She is also academic coordinator of the Europe in the World programme for Utrecht, the first international honours course offered at the Utrecht School of Journalism.
Marc Veldt is a Senior Lecturer of Law at the School of Journalism in Utrecht: including Dutch and EU criminal law, freedom of speech, copyright and human rights law. He teaches European law (EU, Human rights) and international law in The Europe in the World programme.